Warm Up those Winter Blues!

by tracey

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Did you know…

Burning Tea tree and Lemon in an oil burner, will demolish, literally millions of cold and flu germs from the air…Your browser may not support display of this image.

When the beauty of autumn and winter is upon us the nasty cold and flu season is in the air, so most of us will be trying to dodge at least one attack a running nose, sore throat or cough before the delights of spring bring winter to an end…

Ginger is commonly used in cooking and also has medicinal benefits.

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Ginger is especially helpful where there is excess of moisture as in catarrh, influenza and runny colds. Sore throats and tonsillitis can also be eased.

Ginger tones and settles the digestive system promoting secretion of gastric juices. Loss of appetite, painful digestion, flatulence, diarrhoea and scurvy (an incorrect diet lacking in vitamin C) seem to respond favourably to ginger.

Ginger is warming to the emotions when feeling flat and cold. It sharpens the senses and aids memory. It is stimulating yet grounding too.

Ginger is also effective against feelings of nausea, hangovers, travel and sea sickness.

As Above, So Below

It is a 1st Quarter Moon right now. The Moon is half light and half dark.
Energy is building up to the Full Moon. Dane Rudhyar called this a time of “crisis in action.” Make decisions and forge ahead with what you began 7 days ago at the New Moon.

moon-phases_traceyLook Up in The Sky – The Universe, Yours To Discover
In 2009 Astronomers are celebrating 400 years since Galileo made his famous observations in 1609, which were fundamental in proving the heliocentric hypothesis – that is, the Sun lies at the centre of our Solar System.

Check out your local astronomy group for activities in 2009.

Visit    http://www.astronomy2009.org/

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